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FarmRaise aims to become a financial services giant, starting with farm grants
Posted on Saturday January 22, 2022

You have to start somewhere. So when Jayce Hafner and Sami Tellatin bonded as Stanford MBA classmates over their shared belief that helping U.S. farms run more efficiently would be good for farmers, good for the country, and a great business, they decided the place to start was grants. For her part, Hafner grew up […]

4 threats posed by Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites
Posted on Friday January 21, 2022


Elon Musk’s Starlink is a divisive project. The satellite internet constellation aims to provide low-cost internet to remote locations, but it’s producing some alarming side effects. Here are the biggest problems posed by the SpaceX network, from spoiling views to damaging the ozone layer. Causing collision threats SpaceX recently fired the 2,000th Starlink satellite into orbit. The vast number of these devices has raised concerns of collisions with other objects in space. The issue caused uproar in China after the Tiangong space station reportedly had two near misses involving the satellites. “For safety reasons, the China Space Station implemented preventive…

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Carry1st raises $20M to scale interactive content across Africa
Posted on Thursday January 20, 2022

Carry1st raises $20M to scale interactive content across Africa

Carry1st, Africa’s leading mobile games publisher, has announced a $20M Series A with participation from Avenir and Google.

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